Marilu Knode Director of Laumeier Sculpture Park and Aronson Endowed Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art History, describes her work in the Middle East, particularly Egypt, over the past decade. Knode was the American commissioner to the 1998 Cairo Bienniale, working with American artist Nancy Spero. Knode explains the evolution of the arts in the Middle East over the over the past decade, looking at the Istanbul Biennial, the dynamic scene in Beirut and the explosion of attention to Middle Eastern artists in a time of heightened political stress.
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